Wednesday, August 24, 2005 - Live from Buffalo: Green Day in concert

OK, OK, I didn't see this show in Buffalo, it was here in Atlanta. But it appears that they have similar shows wherever they go. Which is OK. It was a pretty rocking show.
BDayTwin - Thanks so much for the ticket! (I mean, even if you just got them fo' free from your realtor, I still got to sit in the Delta skybox at Phillips arena. Yay, you!

(also: the guitarist they pulled onto the stage from the audience was 13, and named JoJo. "Sounds familiar," Billie Joe said. Heh)


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*Monty Python Skit*

Did they play anything off of 'Dookie'?? *snicker*

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